Cap Cod Veterinary Specialists
(508) 759-5125 or (800) 457-4900
11 Bourne Bridge Approach • Buzzards Bay • Fax: (508) 759-9861
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24/7 Emergency and critical care for your dog or cat – our team is here when you need us.

AdamOur veterinary ER hospital is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. If your dog or cat is injured or in need of emergency care, come to our hospital right away. Driving directions.

You never need an appointment, but we recommend that you call and let us know you’re on your way: (508) 759-5125 or (800) 457-4900.

Your pet will be examined by one of our team of emergency veterinarians. The ER operates much like a human hospital’s ER…patients are triaged by a veterinary technician and will be attended to according to urgency.

The Cape Cod Veterinary Specialists ER is staffed at all times by highly trained and well-qualified veterinary health professionals, including specialists board-certified in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. Our team offers expert care in:

  • Dr MartinEmergency trauma treatment
  • Shock & stabilization
  • Mechanical ventilation
  • Blood transfusion
  • Digital X-ray, ultrasound & other diagnostic imaging techniques
  • Fracture treatment
  • Pain management
  • Treatment of ingestion of foreign bodies, poison or other dangerous substances
  • Stabilization and treatment of complications due to chronic illnesses including heart disease or other cardiovascular illness, diabetes, kidney disease and others

The Cape Cod Veterinary Specialists team offers the expertise you can trust for your best friend.

Our emergency team is lead by board-certified emergency and critical care specialists. To become board-certified, a veterinarian must complete an internship and a minimum of 3 years in an approved residency program (after earning a DVM degree) that includes intense, hands-on training in emergency medicine, surgery and critical care. After successfully completing this training, the veterinarian must pass a rigorous testing and certification process to become board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. The remainder of our ER team is comprised of experienced ER doctors, some of whom are actively pursuing residency training at our facility.

Our veterinary emergency specialists offer advanced skills along with the knowledge and expertise that comes with decades of combined experience…all delivered with compassion, empathy and a true love for the animals we serve. Learn more about our emergency and critical care specialists here.
 
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